Instagram Pick of the Week | Magda Cwik

Magda Cwik, Instagram Pick of the Week

We love Instagram! Why? Because it gives you access to tonnes of visual art at your finger tips! Follow @thisheadstuff to stay up to date with our finds on our favourite app!

Every week HeadStuff’s Visual Arts Editor will feature posts from their favourite Artists on Instagram. So add the hashtag #thisheadstuff to be featured!

Up this week is Magda Cwik a Polish Graphic Artist living in Dublin. Magda is an MA graduate of Fine Arts and has expanded her practice to explore digital design concepts and vector illustration.

Follow her on Instagram @magdacwik

Magda Cwik The Friday Club Instagram Pick of the Week headstuff.org
Magda Cwik The Friday Club Instagram Pick of the Week

“My philosophy: I believe in the happiness that exists on the other side of the paintbrush. It might sound like a bit of a cliché but this is the simplest and most honest way to describe my creative approach.” – Cwik

Magda Cwik The Friday Club Instagram Pick of the Week headstuff.org
Magda Cwik The Friday Club Instagram Pick of the Week

The Friday Club, Artwork done by Magda for the Pygmalion.

Magda Cwik The Friday Club headstuff.org

Magda has created some print and digital advertisements for music clubs and businesses  like the Pygmalion in the Powerscourt Townhouse and the Button Factory in Temple Bar. She offers a vibrant and distinct style to these campaigns.

Magda Cwik The Pygmalion Effect headstuff.org

“The Pygmalion Effect is a series of vector illustrations that portray the transformation of people’s ideas, beliefs, images of who they are and where they are going. In this set of portraits, I focus only on women, but I will be introducing a male theme in the near future. The tag line is “Awaken Yourself” which is designed to change the way women see themselves in today’s world. The objective is to allow viewers to make their own interpretation when they view the illustrations.” – Cwik

Magda Cwik The Pygmalion Effect headstuff.org

 

 

 

 

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